This section focuses on legislation addressing dog bites, dangerous dogs, and breed-specific legislation in various jurisdictions around the world. Often legislation aimed at dangerous dogs is breed-specific in nature. In spite of many veterinary and other groups coming out strongly against breed-specific legislation and little record of success, it seems that many localities and governments enact such regulations. It is hoped that better sharing and communication on this subject might prevent redundancy of efforts.
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